Jonathan Mayo is an MLB.com Draft and prospect expert. He has been a reporter for MLB.com since 1999.
|A trio of Twins, led by Miguel Sano, highlights the Prospect Team of the Week for June 22-28. Among the week's other top performers was Astros top prospect Carlos Correa, who continued to impress at the big league level.
|MLB.com's Draft Signing and Bonus Tracker will continue to update with all of the signings of every pick in the top 10 rounds as it has since the Draft concluded. It will also provide information on where each draftee is making his pro debut debut. For starters, here's a look at what the first round is up to.
More»Astros introduce first-round Draft pick Alex Bregman|
|We're mixing things up a little in this week's version of the Pipeline Fantasy Top 10. The Futures Game rosters were just released on Thursday and, as always, they are jam-packed with talent.
More» Lucas Giolito, RHP, Nationals|
|When Noah Syndergaard was called up to help the Mets' rotation in May, the question that soon followed was, "When will Steven Matz get a shot?"
More» Matz completes a scoreless inning|
|Ranked as the Twins' No. 3 prospect by MLB.com, Alex Meyer will be called up before Friday's game against the Brewers, replacing right-handed reliever Michael Tonkin, who was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday.
More»Jim Callis discusses Alex Meyer's callup to the Twins|
|The summer showcase schedule is well underway. The Perfect Game National Showcase wrapped up on Monday, and attention now shifts to the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C., for the annual Tournament of Stars.
More»USA Baseball Tournament of Stars preview|
|Jonathan Mayo answers fans' questions about Oakland's Draft picks, how Yanks' pick Drew Finley compares to Austin DeCarr and more in this week's Pipeline Inbox.
More» A's draft RHP Dakota Chalmers No. 97|
|MLBPipeline.com's experts will break down how each team fared in the recently concluded Draft, though we'll have to wait until the July 17 signing deadline to know exactly who will and won't turn pro. Here's our look at the National League West.
More»Swanson on being selected first overall in the Draft|
|Jonathan Mayo takes a look at how the NL Central teams fared in the 2015 MLB Draft.
More» Brewers draft OF Trent Clark No. 15|
|Jonathan Mayo takes a look at how the NL East teams fared in the 2015 MLB Draft.
|This past week, June 8-14, Indians slugger Bobby Bradley homered in four games, making him the most impressive among our Prospect Team of the Week honorees.
More» Bobby Bradley, 1B, Indians|
|With the way this past week has gone, prospect fans would understand if there wasn't a whole lot left in the Pipeline. With Carlos Correa, Byron Buxton and Francisco Lindor, the game's top 3 prospects all getting the call, expecting more any time soon would be a bit greedy. But here's the amazing thing: There's still plenty of talent to be found on the farm.
More» Twins top prospect Buxton set for ML debut|
|Everyone in baseball knew it was a question of when, not if, Francisco Lindor would get called up to the big leagues in 2015. When shortstop Jose Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A on Monday, it became clear the "when" might be soon. It officially became "when" on Sunday, when the Indians called up the No. 3 prospect on MLB.com's Top 100 Prospects list for Sunday's game against the Tigers.
More»Indians call up top prospect Francisco Lindor|
|All 40 rounds and 1,215 picks of the 2015 Draft are now in the books. Ready to dive into 2016? Scouts for all 30 teams will be doing just that very shortly.
More»MLB.com previews the 2016 MLB Draft|
|Jonathan Mayo looks at the five 2015 draftees who are most likely to make it to the big leagues quickest, led by Twins top pick Tyler Jay.
More» Twins draft Tyler LHP Tyler Jay No. 6|
|A total of 75 picks are in the books, but there's still a whole lot of Draft to come. Day 1 of the Draft on Monday covered the first two rounds as well as the Competitive Balance A and B rounds, setting the stage for what really is the bulk of the 2015 MLB Draft. After the MLB.com preview show gets underway at 12:30 p.m. ET, Round 3 will begin at 1 p.m., with pick-by-pick coverage coming live on MLB.com through round 10.
More» Michael Matuella, College Pitcher|
|With just a couple of days before the start of the 2015 Draft, it would be nice to report with certainty what the top of the first round is going to look like. Alas, that still isn't feasible, though we -- Jim Callis and myself -- will do due diligence in trying to project the entire first round as accurately as possible late Sunday night and into Monday morning.
More» Dansby Swanson|
|They are the ultimate in the high-risk, high-reward game in the Draft. So many don't pan out. But if a team hits, the payoff can be huge. They are high school pitchers.
More»Callis, Mayo on top HS pitchers in 2015 Draft|
|Jonathan Mayo answers questions about the possibility of the D-backs picking someone other than Dansby Swanson at No. 1 overall in the 2015 Draft, Brady Aiken's potential landing spot and more in this week's Pipeline Inbox.
More»MLB Network looks at Dansby Swanson before the draft|
|No one seemed overly surprised when Mark Trumbo was dealt to the Mariners on Wednesday, not even Trumbo himself. His time in Arizona did not go exactly as planned, with injury keeping him to just 88 games in 2014 and the right-handed power not coming consistently at any point like it did with the Angels.
More»Callis weighs in on the D-backs' haul for Trumbo|